Kamini Wood works with high achievers on letting go of stress, overwhelm and anxiety that comes with trying to do everything, and trying to do it all perfectly
There’s No Stupid Questions
An attribute that healthy communicators have is the ability to stay curious. If you don’t know how to ask the right question, you discover nothing. The only stupid quesiton out there is the one that hasn’t been asked yet. Asking questions will always be a good thing.
Asking questions can do more than just dig for information, it can build relationships and it can build rapport with people. It opens the floor up for having people express their needs, desires, and gives them the opportunity to trust you.
How to Best Control Your Emotions
What are some of the best ways to manage and monitor our emotions? It’s important to strive to a point where your mood doesn’t shift dramatically based on the insignificant actions of someone else. Don’t allow your emotions to overpower your intelligence. The one who has the most self-control has the most power.
How to Interpret Non-Verbal Cues
How do we become healthier, more effective, communicators? In last week’s episode, Kamini talked about active and engaged listening to be a better friend and partner. This week, Kamini focuses on non-verbal cues and communication to help you build a better connection.
In fact, the most important thing in communication is your ability to hear what isn’t being said. Most communication is non-verbal.
How to Refine Your Listening Skills
Kamini continues her conversation about communication and building healthy communication skills to help bring your relationships closer. Today, Kamini does a deep dive on how to have a great conversation through the act of honing in on your listening skills.
Listening is an act that requests attention over talent, over ego, and over self!
How to Build Healthy Communication Skills
There’s so many subtle details that go into communication. If you think about it, communication is more than just talking. During a normal conversation, we have the ability to process the undertones and layers of communication that go on. We intuitively know how to ‘read between the lines’.
Communication is so powerful. It can uplift others, and it can discredit and disempower them.
The Five Friendship Love Languages
This week’s episode covers how you can strengthen and enhance your friendships by using Gary Chapman’s The Five Love Languages. The five love languages are: Quality time, physical touch, words of affirmation, gifts, and acts of service. Although Gary wrote this for romantic partnerships, Kamini explores how you can apply it to your friendships.
such a great podcast to listen to in the morning to help me get my day started on he right foot!